Beach Pit - Tustin, CA

Tonight I was supposed to eat dinner at my sister's house, but I realllly reallly wanted BBQ and not something healthy. So I decided my boyfriend and I would go back to this place my sister introduced me to last week called Beach Pit. We called the order in and within 15 minutes our yummy BBQ was boxed and ready to pick up.

I ordered the pulled pork sandwich and fries. To my surprise it was buy one get one free sandwich day so I got a second one for tomorrow. YAY for me! My boyfriend ordered the 2 meat plate with turkey breast and beef brisket. So yuuuummmmy.

The prices were very reasonable and the staff was very nice. For two people the total was $22.17. There are many side options as well. Last time I went, my sister's husband ordered some blueberry cornbread. I usually can't stand cornbread but THIS cornbread was soooo good!

This was my boyfriend's mac n cheese, which he happily devoured. It was really tasty! SO tasty that by the time I snapped a picture of it, he had eaten 90% of it. 

Beef brisket and turkey breast.

My pulled pork sandwich and fries. The sauce was perfectly tart and sweet. The fries were nicely seasoned with the right amount of kick.

Epic yum.

Lobsta truck

Almost every year I go to Maine to visit my grandma, step-grandpa, and their kitties. We're usually there for a week, and every day of that week I have a lobster roll for lunch and a 1.5 lb. whole Maine lobster for dinner with New England clam chowder topped with a healthy serving of oyster crackers. I've been craving the perfect lobster roll lately so I scavenged the city and the internet. Los Angeles has no shortage of seafood restaurants. However, finding the perfect joint for authentic Maine lobster rolls has been a challenge. Then, one day out of the blue, the Lobsta Truck was born! Hoorrraaay!

So Friday night on my way to Philippe's for some french-dipped roast beef sandwiches, the Lobsta Truck burst out of nowhere to my excitement. I've been wanting to try it forever! So I checked online and found out it was going to be at the Santa Anita Racetrack in Arcadia on Saturday.

Cut to Saturday. I drove to Santa Anita Racetrack looking for the Lobsta truck, with a heavy hankering for a lobster roll and clam chowder, and it was GONE! It was supposed to be there until 4 p.m. and it WASN'T! Oh well, my quest for the Lobsta truck shall continue.......